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correspondent carl cameron on the phone from l.a. how is this debate here in california or at least the contest important? >> reporter: for california and mitt romney it's important about the money. he has raised in the last few days around los angeles and san san francisco some $9 million. no one expects him to be competitive in the general election. tomorrow he will be going to colorado and first time he has been there in seven weeks. so much time has been spent fund-raising. he has taken a fair amount of heat from republicans in conveying ideas. he will go to colorado tonight, exactly ten days before the first presidential debate will take place in colorado. its clear signal from the romney campaign they hit the state seriously and they have an opportunity to win. tomorrow paul ryan will kick off a bus tour in ohio and romney will join him on tuesday. leaving los angeles now headed for colorado for the event in denver tonight. remainder of the week he plans to accelerate it pretty hard. this is the first weekend he has worked fund-raising both saturday and sunday in more than a month. there
in colorado ten days from now and he will be in colorado tonight. >> gregg: carl cameron, thanks, carl. >> heather: now to the man whose job governor romney wants. president obama is in washington with no public events scheduled but that is not stopping white house surrogates from hitting the talk shows. days before a big moment in the campaign, the first presidential debate. steve is live in d.c. with more on that. >> reporter: first debate just around the corner, the president's team is now playing the expectations game. giving romney the edge. here is obama campaign advisor robert gibbs. >> mitt roysz i think has an advantage because he has been through 20 of these debates in the primaries over the last year. he even bragged he was declared the winner in 16 of those debates. i think in that sense having been through this much more recently than president obama, i think he starts with an advantage. >> reporter: president meanwhile will travel to new york tomorrow to address the united nations general assembly and then he heads to the critical battleground state of ohio. polls show ob
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's happening in ohio now. big swing state. president obama ahead 52% to governor romney 44%. our own carl cameron who has been on the road on these campaigns for many years, he interviewed mr. romney about being down in the polls as he heads to ohio today. here is what he had to say. >> we are now exactly seven weeks from the election. here you are in ohio where the polls say you trail. how do the two of you close this gap? >> polls go up and down. we have plenty of time with the debates coming up, four in the months of october. we'll be taking our message to people across ohio and i think they understand, this is an election about the choice of what kind of america we're going to have. if it's going to be an america dominated by government, why, that's the course the president has put us on. if we're going to pursue -- help people pursue their dreams, that's what we'll bring back. >> brian: polls out in florida, in ohio, in pennsylvania, and virginia. that wasn't the case even a month ago. >> steve: there are some on the right who say the reason mr. romney is way down is because the scre
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